Cesc Fabregas has moved to dismiss suggestions that Antonio Conte has told him he can leave Chelsea this summer as speculation continues to intensify around the midfielder's future at Stamford Bridge.
Reports in the British media on Sunday claimed that Conte has privately confirmed he has no place in his team for Fabregas, who was restricted to a substitute role in Chelsea's Premier League victories over West Ham and Watford and remained on the bench during Saturday's win over Burnley.
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